The King’s Singers return to Interlochen

Vocal ensemble The King’s Singers will perform and host master classes with Interlochen Arts Camp students as part of their visit to the United States.

The current King's Singers in 2021

The current King's Singers in 2021.

The King's Singers in 2016 hold a masterclass in Corson Auditorium

The King's Singers held a master class at Interlochen Arts Camp in 2016.

The King's Singers perform at Interlochen in 1983

The King's Singers at Interlochen in 1983.

The King’s Singers have represented the gold standard in a cappella singing on the world’s greatest stages for over 50 years. For much of that time, they have also enriched the musical programming offered to Interlochen Arts Camp students through public performances and master classes.

This year will be no different.

“Interlochen is so richly intertwined with The King's Singers' history in the United States, and we are all so pleased to be coming back to Michigan, to this great home of musical excellence this summer,” the group said.

The King’s Singers will host a public performance in Corson Auditorium on July 6 as part of the 2022 Interlochen Arts Festival. Just as they have with their previous trips, they will also hold master classes for Interlochen Arts Camp students. And a few faces will look very familiar.

Current The King’s Singers members Julian Gregory, Christopher Bruerton, and Jonathan Howard were here for the group’s most recent visit in 2016. Founded in 1964, The King’s Singers have also visited Interlochen in 1983, 1984, 1987, 1991, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2006, and 2007.

The King’s Singers are committed to keeping choral tradition alive and the group is recognized as one of the world’s premier vocal ensembles, earning two Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award, and a place in Gramophone’s Hall of Fame. The ensemble’s diverse repertoire ranges from popular music transcriptions to works commissioned from the greatest composers of our time, including John Tavener, Eric Whitacre, Judith Bingham, and Luciano Berio.